BasharOfTheAges wrote:Given what was posted on the org Twitter today, is this thread now linking to illegal content?
Effective December 13, Adobe disabled the activation server for CS2 products and Acrobat 7 because of a technical glitch. These products were released over 7 years ago and do not run on many modern operating systems. But to ensure that any customers activating those old versions can continue to use their software, we issued a serial number directly to those customers. While this might be interpreted as Adobe giving away software for free, we did it to help our customers.
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Qyot27 wrote:Is that what these CS2 packages really are?
mirkosp wrote: The official statement by Adobe is this:... These products were released over 7 years ago and do not run on many modern operating systems.
BasharOfTheAges wrote:The more congent question, I guess, is if (technical legalities aside) this thread isn't running afoul of established site rules or guidelines on such things.
Is it really any different than posting a torrent with the disclaimer that you should only use it if you have a valid claim to it?
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